Alongside synonym

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1  drudgery, effort, elbow grease    (facetious)  exertion, grind    (informal)  industry, labour, slog, sweat, toil, travail    (literary)  

2  bread and butter    (informal)  business, calling, craft, duty, employment, job, line, livelihood, métier, occupation, office, profession, pursuit, trade  

3  assignment, chore, commission, duty, job, stint, task, undertaking  

4  achievement, composition, creation, handiwork, oeuvre, opus, performance, piece, production  

5  art, craft, skill, workmanship  

6  out of work    idle, jobless, on the dole    (Brit. informal)  on the street, out of a job, unemployed  

7  break one's back, drudge, exert oneself, labour, peg away, slave, slog (away), sweat, toil  

8  be employed, be in work, do business, earn a living, have a job  

9  act, control, direct, drive, handle, manage, manipulate, move, operate, ply, use, wield  

10  function, go, operate, perform, run  

11  cultivate, dig, farm, till  

12  fashion, form, handle, knead, make, manipulate, mould, process, shape  

13  be agitated, convulse, move, twitch, writhe  

14    (often with)     up  arouse, excite, move, prompt, provoke, rouse, stir  

15  accomplish, achieve, bring about, carry out, cause, contrive, create, effect, encompass, execute, implement  

16  force, make one's way, manoeuvre, move, progress  

17    (informal)  arrange, bring off, contrive, exploit, fiddle    (informal)  fix    (informal)  handle, manipulate, pull off, swing    (informal)  
,     n  

1  ease, leisure, relaxation, rest  

2  entertainment, hobby, holiday, play, recreation, retirement, spare time, unemployment  

3  child's play    (informal)  

7  have fun, mark time, play, relax, skive    (Brit. slang)  take it easy  

10  be broken, be out of order  

15  counteract, nullify, prevent, reverse  

life work    
business, calling, career, interest, mission, occupation, profession, purpose, pursuit, vocation, work  

out of work    
idle, jobless, laid off, on the dole    (Brit.)  out of a job, redundant, unemployed  

drill, exercise, exercise session, practice session, training, training session, warm-up  

work out  

1  accomplish, achieve, attain, win  

2  calculate, clear up, figure out, find out, puzzle out, resolve, solve, suss (out)    (slang)  

3  arrange, construct, contrive, develop, devise, elaborate, evolve, form, formulate, plan, put together  

4  be effective, flourish, go as planned, go well, prosper, prove satisfactory, succeed  

5  come out, develop, evolve, go, happen, pan out    (informal)  result, turn out  

6  do exercises, drill, exercise, practise, train, warm up  

7  add up to, amount to, come to, reach, reach a total of  

work up    
agitate, animate, arouse, enkindle, excite, foment, generate, get (someone) all steamed up    (slang)  incite, inflame, instigate, move, rouse, spur, stir up, wind up    (informal)  

  • kleptocrat  n. a person paid by the state to work in the interests of the nation who considers it to be a ‘right’ to be able abuse his or her authority to ensure personal gain for himself or herself at the expense of the nation…

    neologism ... created on some blog

  • grunt work  n. grunt work is hard, uninteresting work

    US informal

  • WIP  n. Work In Progress

    can be used as an adjectif : this program is WIP

  • a bang up job  exp. work perfectly performed

    When I asked the students to do their homework, they did a bang up job.

  • crap around  exp. 1.act silly; 2. avoid work
  • Wirk  v. A culture of internet only jobs has coined the phrase Wirk. Wirk simply means Internet Work. Internet work is defined by job opportunities that did not exist before the rise of the internet and furthermore the work is likely to be carried out over the internet and payment received for work undertaken via the internet. Wirk describes both full time and part time internet work. Because of the nature of Wirk and the ability for anyone that has internet connection to earn money from Wirk, it is currently more likely to be a part time occupation than full time. Paid Online Questionnaires, Content Writing, Search Marketing are all examples of Wirk.

    This is a term rising in popularity

  • NSFW  abbr. acron. Short for "not safe for work".
  • darg  n. 1. [UK] a day's work ; a task for a day 2. [Aus.] a fixed or definite amount of work ; a work quota.

    formed by syncope from day-work. The tenants are subject to a darg (or day's work) for every acre.

  • copyleft  n. 1. using copyright law to make a piece of work freely available and allowing its free distribution and modification (as long as its derivate versions follow the same copyright rules)
  • seafarer  n. Any person, including a captain, who is employed or engaged or works in any capacity on board a ship and whose normal place of work is on a ship.
  • workover  n. work and operations made in drilling for maintaining petroleum or Gas wells effective
  • haymaking  v. 1. the operation or work of cutting grass and curing it for hay 2. the act of taking full advantage of an easy opportunity
  • call it a day  v. declare that you're done with work or other activity, and that you want to go out or rest or go to bed
  • plug and play  adj. 1. [Comp.] a device that once plugged in is automatically recognized by the system and launches the expected process without any action on the user's side; 2. [Bus.] a new employee who is able to start work without too much induction and training

    can be used as both noun and adjective: plug and play device; plug and play employee or simply plug and play (noun)

  • crowdsourcing  n. using a lot of people (Internet users mostly) to contribute to a collective work. For example Wikipedia uses crowdsourcing
  • follow-the-sun  n. a type of work that goes on 24 hours from 24 hours because the teams performing it are located in various time zones.

    E.g: Some claim that follow-the-sun is a business failure. It can be used also as a verb (Our team follows the sun ) or as an adjective (We offer follow-the-sun business support) .


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/ əˈlɔŋˈsaɪd, əˈlɒŋ- /


along, by, at, or to the side of something: We brought the boat alongside.


beside; by the side of: The dog ran alongside me all the way.

Informal.alongside of,compared with: Alongside of his brother, he is no student at all.



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Origin of alongside

First recorded in 1700–10; along + side1

Words nearby alongside

along for the ride, along in years, alongships, alongshore, long shot, a, alongside, alongside of, along the lines of, along with, Alonso, aloof Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2021

How to use alongside in a sentence

  • We also discussed Crista Galli LABS, which operates alongside the main fund and backs founders from underrepresented backgrounds at the pre-seed stage.

    Does early-stage health tech need more ‘patient’ capital?|Steve O'Hear|September 17, 2020|TechCrunch

  • Extending transparency to sources of medicines and their ingredientsFood package labels are required to contain the manufacturer’s name, address, and telephone number alongside the ingredients list.

    The ‘inactive' ingredients in your pills could harm you|By Yelena Ionova/The Conversation|September 15, 2020|Popular-Science

  • Last year, alongside the Series 5, Apple continued to sell a version of its Series 3 Watch, which debuted in 2017, for under $200.

    Apple’s ‘Time Flies’ event: 5 things to look for|Aaron Pressman|September 15, 2020|Fortune

  • We will continue to monitor this situation, and work alongside health and government officials as it evolves.

    How the coronavirus outbreak is roiling the film and entertainment industries|Alissa Wilkinson|September 11, 2020|Vox

  • This saga was also timed alongside Epic Games’ broader complaints about in-app purchases on the games store.

    Apple lays out its messy vision for how xCloud and Stadia will work with its App Store rules|Lucas Matney|September 11, 2020|TechCrunch

  • After a successful summer working alongside R, he officially offered her the reigns of La Domaine.

    Dungeons and Genital Clamps: Inside a Legendary BDSM Chateau|Ian Frisch|December 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • After fighting alongside her brothers for years in the 1980s, she demanded the women fighters be formally recognized.

    Embedding With the Women Who Are Kicking ISIS Ass|Susannah George|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • Alongside YOLO, “same damn time” is one of the most memorable recent additions to the lexicon.

    Future Makes Us Rethink Everything We Thought We Knew About Rap Artists|Luke Hopping|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • Most female peshmerga fighters were tasked with staffing checkpoints and guarding bases alongside their male counterparts.

    Embedding With the Women Who Are Kicking ISIS Ass|Susannah George|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • His death was particularly difficult for the veteran firefighters who had spent years working alongside him.

    The Mystery Death Of A Female Firefighter|Christopher Moraff|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • A curious incident: during the night a Fleet-sweeper tied up alongside, full of wounded, chiefly Australians.

    Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton

  • Huge, dim forms rushed alongside the embankment, making unearthly sounds.

    A Lost Hero|Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward and Herbert D. Ward

  • One day at the end of the hunt he came alongside of her and they walked their horses home together.

    Uncanny Tales|Various

  • Alongside this there stood another door, opening into a passage from which access might be gained to any part of the chateau.

    St. Martin's Summer|Rafael Sabatini

  • Happily these signals at last had the desired effect, for at ten o'clock the boat came alongside.

    Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia] [Volume 2 of 2]|Phillip Parker King

British Dictionary definitions for alongside



(often foll by of)along the side of; along besidealongside the quay


along the side of some specified thingcome alongside

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come alongside synonym | English Thesaurus




1  advance, appear, approach, arrive, become, draw near, enter, happen, materialize, move, move towards, near, occur, originate, show up    (informal)  turn out, turn up    (informal)  

2  appear, arrive, attain, enter, materialize, reach, show up    (informal)  turn up    (informal)  

3  fall, happen, occur, take place  

4  arise, emanate, emerge, end up, flow, issue, originate, result, turn out  

5  extend, reach  

6  be available, be made, be offered, be on offer, be produced  

come about    
arise, befall, come to pass, happen, occur, result, take place, transpire    (informal)  

come across    
bump into    (informal)  chance upon, discover, encounter, find, happen upon, hit upon, light upon, meet, notice, stumble upon, unearth  

come along    
develop, improve, mend, perk up, pick up, progress, rally, recover, recuperate  

come apart    
break, come unstuck, crumble, disintegrate, fall to pieces, give way, separate, split, tear  

come at  

1  attain, discover, find, grasp, reach  

2  assail, assault, attack, charge, fall upon, fly at, go for, light into, rush, rush at  

come back    
reappear, recur, re-enter, return  

come between    
alienate, divide, estrange, interfere, meddle, part, separate, set at odds  

come by    
acquire, get, land, lay hold of, obtain, procure, score    (slang)  secure, take possession of, win  

come clean    
acknowledge, admit, come out of the closet, confess, cough up    (slang)  'fess up    (U.S.)  get (something) off one's chest    (informal)  make a clean breast of, own up, reveal, sing    (slang, chiefly U.S.)  spill one's guts    (slang)  

come down  

1  decline, degenerate, descend, deteriorate, fall, go downhill, go to pot    (informal)  reduce, worsen  

2  choose, decide, favour, recommend  

come down on    
bawl out    (informal)  blast, carpet    (informal)  chew out    (U.S. & Canad. informal)  criticize, dress down    (informal)  give (someone) a rocket    (Brit. & N.Z. informal)  jump on    (informal)  lambast(e), put down, rap over the knuckles, read the riot act, rebuke, reprimand, tear into    (informal)  tear (someone) off a strip    (Brit. informal)  

come down to    
amount to, boil down to, end up as, result in  

come down with    
ail, be stricken with, catch, contract, fall ill, fall victim to, get, sicken, take, take sick  

come forward    
offer one's services, present or proffer oneself, volunteer  

come in    
appear, arrive, cross the threshold, enter, finish, reach, show up    (informal)  

come in for    
acquire, bear the brunt of, endure, get, receive, suffer  

come off    
go off, happen, occur, succeed, take place, transpire    (informal)  

come on  

1  advance, develop, improve, make headway, proceed, progress  

2  appear, begin, take place  

come out  

1  appear, be announced, be divulged, be issued, be published, be released, be reported, be revealed  

2  conclude, end, result, terminate  

come out with    
acknowledge, come clean, declare, disclose, divulge, lay open, own, own up, say  

come round  

1  accede, acquiesce, allow, concede, grant, mellow, relent, yield  

2  come to, rally, recover, regain consciousness, revive  

3  call, drop in, pop in, stop by, visit  

come through  

1  accomplish, achieve, make the grade    (informal)  prevail, succeed, triumph  

2  endure, survive, weather the storm, withstand  

come up    
arise, crop up, happen, occur, rise, spring up, turn up  

come up to    
admit of comparison with, approach, compare with, equal, match, measure up to, meet, resemble, rival, stand or bear comparison with  

come up with    
advance, create, discover, furnish, offer, present, produce, propose, provide, submit, suggest  

  • c'mon  exp. come on

    Slang; written abbreviation, there`s no difference in pronunciation for "c`mon "and "come on".

  • come to heel  exp. quit disobeying; start acting like someone would want to

    E.g. Finally, her husband has come to heel and they will buy a new car, as she wants.

  • come to grips with sth  id. consider something seriously and start taking actions about it
  • skyfall  n. term coined by the James Bond movie, meaning that a great danger will come for Bond to overcome

    anyone with a good definition ?

  • go belly up  v. die ; fail ; go bankrupt ; come to an end ; whether you're a fisherman or ever had a pet fish, you figure out that the phrase alludes to a fish typically floating upside down, belly up when dying.

    Ex.: The study reveals that most startups go belly up within the first four years

  • idea hamster  n. a very creative person; someone who is always able to come up with fresh ideas
  • instant tradition  n. Something that as soon as it is done becomes decided upon to repeat the next year and years to come. Does not necessarily have to had been done previous years to be defined an instant tradition.
  • pride comes before fall  id. def.: if you are too confident about yourself, something bad will happen to show you that you are not as good as you think you are
  • what goes around comes around  id. expression used to point out that one will eventually face the consequences of his own actions
  • peach  n. a round and sweet fruit with pale, orange-colored skin that comes from a tree of the same name
  • wingman  n. 1. [Mil.] a pilot who comes in support of the leading aircraft. He is positionned besides and slightly behind the leading aircraft. 2. [Fig.] a person who helps a friend to approach potential partners

    2. this meaning has been popularised by the TV series How I Met Your Mother

  • top-down  adj. something that is top-down comes from the top of a hierarchy and is passed down to the lower ranking members
  • wing man  n. someone who is providing advice and support for his mate when it comes to potential relationships/partners
  • FAT (File Allocation Table)  n. In computer science, the File Allocation Table (FAT) is a file system popularized by Microsoft in the 1980's in their earliest computers. The FAT file system has continued to be developed and now comes in multiple varieties such as FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 and ExFAT.

    Look at that floppy disk, see if it is formatted with the FAT file system.

  • a square peg in a round hole  exp. a misfit; something or someone looking/behaving in a manner that comes in contradiction with the general context


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Synonyms for Alongside:

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932 synonyms found


[ ɐlˈɒŋsa͡ɪd], [ ɐlˈɒŋsa‍ɪd], [ ɐ_l_ˈɒ_ŋ_s_aɪ_d]
  • adj.

    adjacent (adjective)near (adjective)
    • along toward,
    • hair breadth,
    • vincinal,
    • close-at-hand,
    • in close proximity,
    • near-at-hand,
    • close shave,
    • proximal,
    • at close quarters,
    • within stone's throw,
    • approximal,
    • close-by,
    • hair's breadth,
    • not remote.
    next (adjective)
    • more back-to-back,
    • more back to back,
    • sub sequent,
    • most attached,
    • most coterminous,
    • most meeting,
    • back to back,
    • more attached,
    • more meeting,
    • sub-sequent,
    • more coterminous,
    • most back to back,
    • most back-to-back,
    • on side.
    Other relevant words: (adjective)
    • next,
    • touching,
    • adjacent,
    • next door,
    • parallel,
    • back-to-back,
    • near,
    • ensuing,
    • close by,
    • coterminous,
    • on the side,
    • hard by.
    parallel (adjective)
  • a. & adv.

    Other relevant words: (adjective, adverb)
  • adv

    Other relevant words: (adverb)
    • by oneself,
    • Beside,
    • aside,
    • at the side of,
    • contiguous to,
    • close upon,
    • from end to end,
    • at the edge of,
    • verging on,
    • close to,
    • from top to bottom,
    • sideways,
    • sidewise,
    • next door to,
    • cheek to cheek,
    • side-by-side,
    • fore and aft,
    • adjacent to,
    • fornent,
    • the long way,
    • at one's elbow,
    • side by side,
    • close at hand,
    • a step from,
    • in isolation,
    • long way,
    • connected with,
    • in juxtaposition,
    • Endlong.
  • adv.

    all (adverb)
    • over-looking,
    • at side of,
    • at one elbow,
    • at edge of,
    • close up on,
    • close hand,
    • be-side,
    • be side,
    • at elbow,
    • at ones elbow.
    lengthwise (adverb)
    • fore aft,
    • lengthwise,
    • from stern stern,
    • from end end,
    • from top bottom,
    • end-long,
    • end long,
    • from head to foot,
    • from head foot,
    • from stern to stern.
  • adv. & prep.

  • n.

    • along the side,
    • shoulder-to-shoulder,
    • neck and neck,
    • apace with,
    • close to the side,
    • next to,
    • almost touching,
    • close,
    • on the same plane with,
    • in company with,
    • by or at the side of,
    • equal with.
    Other relevant words: (noun)
  • prep.

    by (preposition)with (preposition)
  • Other synonyms:

    • immediately,
    • nearly,
    • level,
    • nearby,
    • warm,
    • NR,
    • attached,
    • immediate,
    • closely,
    • abreast,
    • huddled,
    • hereabouts,
    • interlocking,
    • together,
    • convenient,
    • neighbouring,
    • thereabouts,
    • connected,
    • handy,
    • locally,
    • united,
    • neighboring,
    • neighbor,
    • adjoining.
    Other relevant words:
    • broadsheet,
    • office,
    • keep up,
    • forrard,
    • doorsill,
    • likewise,
    • prevail,
    • dismantle,
    • duplicate,
    • in the meantime,
    • lee,
    • ending,
    • relation,
    • proportional,
    • attitude,
    • accrual,
    • cooccurring,
    • lively,
    • rethink,
    • nigh,
    • close call,
    • fare,
    • enamour,
    • commodious,
    • seed,
    • narrow escape,
    • experience,
    • do it,
    • like a shot,
    • engagement,
    • before,
    • turned,
    • bound,
    • billet,
    • end,
    • happen,
    • ring,
    • handbill,
    • number,
    • roll in the hay,
    • consanguineous,
    • love,
    • screw,
    • go along,
    • suspire,
    • astatine,
    • latitude,
    • prevarication,
    • recognise,
    • affecting,
    • have a go at it,
    • skirt,
    • trace,
    • interlinking,
    • sideward,
    • postscript,
    • stance,
    • raze,
    • comply,
    • english,
    • love seat,
    • jointly,
    • pass,
    • bouncy,
    • belong to,
    • admission price,
    • dispatch,
    • neighbour,
    • persist in,
    • in concert,
    • supplement,
    • entree,
    • interlock,
    • go up,
    • go,
    • cubitus,
    • rase,
    • squeaker,
    • henchman,
    • shoulder joint,
    • topically,
    • spell,
    • directly,
    • consanguine,
    • floor,
    • succeeding,
    • descend,
    • process,
    • prompt,
    • interlacing,
    • populate,
    • abut,
    • longitudinally,
    • enchant,
    • form,
    • accruement,
    • closing curtain,
    • make out,
    • mesh,
    • butt,
    • have it off,
    • molding,
    • fuck,
    • diagonal,
    • notwithstanding,
    • stick out,
    • yet,
    • withal,
    • edge,
    • go forward,
    • interwoven,
    • logic gate,
    • lieu,
    • beforehand,
    • kin,
    • assistant,
    • flier,
    • establish,
    • adopt,
    • squint-eyed,
    • wing,
    • the likes of,
    • university extension,
    • admission charge,
    • consecutive,
    • thereabout,
    • prohibited,
    • come about,
    • propagation,
    • au fait,
    • too,
    • collimate,
    • still,
    • flat,
    • remove,
    • accomplice,
    • touch,
    • stage,
    • pass off,
    • lie with,
    • past,
    • shut down,
    • almost,
    • view,
    • lie down,
    • get at,
    • hold out,
    • come on,
    • accessory,
    • conform to,
    • penny-pinching,
    • file name extension,
    • keep abreast,
    • hail,
    • slanted,
    • asset,
    • second thought,
    • make,
    • accompany,
    • onwards,
    • more or less,
    • closelipped,
    • stick to,
    • delimitation,
    • borderline,
    • most,
    • forthwith,
    • at once,
    • travel along,
    • twinned,
    • quick,
    • verboten,
    • cognise,
    • brink,
    • glucinium,
    • stunned,
    • bed,
    • grade,
    • atomic number 4,
    • proscribed,
    • equal,
    • hereabout,
    • in the adjacent apartment,
    • go on,
    • plane,
    • take after,
    • instantly,
    • take place,
    • survey,
    • ko'd,
    • reconsideration,
    • same,
    • growth,
    • forrader,
    • intimately,
    • collection,
    • nominate,
    • spirit level,
    • bear on,
    • keep an eye on,
    • butt against,
    • flyer,
    • hold up,
    • close up,
    • sour,
    • frame,
    • degree,
    • akin,
    • keep,
    • espouse,
    • issue forth,
    • get it on,
    • alike,
    • appoint,
    • squinty,
    • conjointly,
    • adherence,
    • watch over,
    • askant,
    • amount,
    • incorporate,
    • stratum,
    • side of meat,
    • warm up,
    • hem in,
    • extension phone,
    • inhabit,
    • besiege,
    • forward,
    • prolongation,
    • place,
    • ardent,
    • becharm,
    • charm,
    • machine-accessible,
    • denotation,
    • come up,
    • assenting,
    • stay,
    • elbow joint,
    • sib,
    • conclusion,
    • jazz,
    • tolerate,
    • extend,
    • come through,
    • head-to-head,
    • comparatively,
    • shut,
    • askance,
    • standardised,
    • postdate,
    • captivate,
    • have it away,
    • just about,
    • interchangeable,
    • get,
    • institute,
    • strong,
    • tear down,
    • au courant,
    • bonk,
    • coincidental,
    • get along,
    • layer,
    • post,
    • rest,
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Synonym alongside

Meaning of alongside in English:


Pronunciation /əlɒŋˈsʌɪd/

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(also North Americanalongside of)

  • 1Close to the side of; next to.

    ‘she was sitting alongside him’

    • ‘the boat came alongside’
    • ‘In addition to this, improvements will be made to the adjacent slip road alongside Kew Bridge.’
    • ‘Cahill asked in his smooth voice, sliding into the passenger side seat alongside Gemmel.’
    • ‘It was possible to swim alongside the side of the wreck and look down towards the seabed.’
    • ‘When you are driving keep your eye out for a beach trail and cars parked alongside the road.’
    • ‘Stay on the coast path as you pass alongside magnificent coastal scenery.’
    • ‘Our car thuds over the worn grass and hills alongside the road, jerking us up and down.’
    • ‘The car pulled in and parked alongside the road in front of some quaint little shops.’
    • ‘Rain early Thursday has made the mud and piling garbage alongside roads stickier and stinkier.’
    • ‘He said the action plan set challenging targets to enhance wildlife habits alongside Britain's roads.’
    • ‘With the sun rising higher and splashing across the water, black porpoise dorsals soar and dip alongside the boat.’
    • ‘His vision includes a relief road to run alongside the railway, cycleways and the improvement of amenities.’
    • ‘A road could be built alongside Fulford golf course and exit onto the bypass, or exit onto Heslington Lane.’
    • ‘He said he had personally noticed that the local farmer had had to rebuild the wall alongside the road on almost a monthly basis.’
    • ‘Usually alongside a busy road, these places are perfect for supping ale and eating crisps in the baking hot sun.’
    • ‘Their greatest concern is the proposal to construct a new access road alongside the village play area.’
    • ‘The small tuna boat is alongside us throwing bait and it seems our marlin has turned into a tuna.’
    • ‘I drew my bike up alongside Leonard's as the path widened on the far side of the pond.’
    • ‘If the defender is in front or alongside the shooter, the ball is very exposed for a block.’
    • ‘Scott says he sort of inherited the field alongside the shop that has become his farm.’
    • ‘Pulling alongside them she and Rachel gave them a small wave and then they drove off.’

    beside, by the side of, on the edge of, alongside, next to, adjacent to, close by, in a line by, one after the other by

    1. 1.1Together and in cooperation with.

      ‘a care assistant was working alongside him’

      • ‘If we can do it alone we will, but we're willing to work alongside anyone who wants to co-operate.’
      • ‘Often working alongside estate agents, YPP offers three levels of intervention.’
      • ‘They had a head start in that their assistant manager Ian Butterworth used to play alongside Prior at Norwich City.’
      • ‘I'd play either with one of two forwards, but we are generally used to playing Chris or John alongside Henrik.’
      • ‘Morrison will write the script for the film, in which actors will star alongside the computer generated animals.’
      • ‘Red ribbons, alongside black, will truly mean something in London today.’
      • ‘Kerr has said he is considering starting John O'Shea alongside Keane in midfield, but it is unlikely he will do so.’
      • ‘I don't think the stores would mind, and I'm sure they would enjoy the joke alongside all the customers.’
      • ‘Like, have they not read about the Greek theory that soldiers actually fought better alongside the men they loved?’
      • ‘Kitt will also kick off the event by playing alongside Jerry Fish on Thursday night.’
      • ‘Will Greenwood returns from international duty and takes his place in the centre alongside Dafydd James.’
      • ‘A security officer, David worked alongside his mum for about four years before getting fulltime work.’
      • ‘She is to star alongside Jane Lapotaire in the drama, as yet untitled.’
      • ‘It's been nice to play alongside my mates, rather than just colleagues.’
      • ‘They will research, write and perform the works, alongside professionals.’
      • ‘Veteran runner Marie will be running alongside a number of staff from Bury Hospice, for whom she is raising money.’
      • ‘Local bands Greasy Hogwash and Marner Brown played alongside Reggie Balmoral for over three hours.’
      • ‘Javed Khan, advice centre co-ordinator, worked alongside Jane while she was a volunteer.’
      • ‘His role, unlike the musicologist Cooke, has been as a composer working alongside Elgar's ghost.’
      • ‘He says he is not going to preach but to work and live alongside the people because that is what is holy.’

      alongside, alongside each other, beside each other, abreast, level, shoulder to shoulder, cheek by jowl, together, close together

    2. 1.2At the same time as or in coexistence with.

      ‘they aim to encourage coverage of disabled sport alongside able-bodied achievement’

      • ‘The appointment of a minister to embrace tourism alongside culture and sport is quite enough.’
      • ‘It is no accident that the rise of Fantasy has gone alongside the development of digital FX.’
      • ‘We focused mainly on set-up and aero development, alongside tyre testing for Magny Cours.’
      • ‘It was developed alongside speech recognition technology acquired from SoftSound last year.’
      • ‘Quality indicators therefore have to be developed using other evidence alongside expert opinion.’
      • ‘Later, Sartre developed existentialism alongside a growing interest in Marxism.’
      • ‘It was usual practice for the finishing trades of the bleachers and dyers to develop alongside hosiery.’
      • ‘And the passport service is developing a passport card to issue alongside the passport book.’
      • ‘What sort of work might he be doing alongside or in contrast to the research reported here?’
      • ‘Probably the best the reader can do is to consult both volumes alongside each other.’
      • ‘He has single-handedly kept Salford afloat, doing his level best alongside the big guns.’
      • ‘Didsbury, however, will have a say in the assistants' finals, which runs alongside the main event.’
      • ‘The poodle participated in the dog dressing and beauty competition held alongside the dog show.’
      • ‘Limitless quantities of easy-drinking home-made wine was served alongside to wash it all down.’
      • ‘Drivers should consider the size of a breakdown provider's network alongside price when choosing cover.’
      • ‘First, there is the desire of the new books to contain the best of the old alongside the new.’
      • ‘Lithium can be used alongside careful monitoring of blood levels to prevent side effects.’
      • ‘Marriage followed alongside a comfortable life on the cosy road to middle-class success.’
      • ‘There you have a basic beginning, tap dance continued to grow alongside the music that it was danced to.’
      • ‘So it is with no bias that he has programmed four home-grown shows alongside the exotic imports in this year's event.’
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Meaning of alongside in English

In addition to prescribing forms of work to the patient, each of the three models assigns the physician a moral function alongside his technical function.

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They could be full-time content developers, or they could work part-time alongside other teaching or research duties.

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The active learning of teachers alongside students in teaching- learning processes is emphasized.

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Alongside increased criminal justice demands for contemporary perpetrators of violence, those who suffered from human rights violations do not sense any judicial support.

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Thus, both architecturally and socially, the aggrandizement played out in a way that recognized local needs alongside monarchical ones.

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Hence, we have an intersection within these texts of genre, second or third hand experience, alongside a dynamic of imperialism that needs recognition and analysis.

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Alongside the independent variables for party and ideology are the variables for social class, religious practice and economic evaluation.

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These movements in fact adopted similar mobilising themes and a dual strategy based on a reassuring external facade alongside the use of street violence.

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It assumes that electronic keyboards and pitched percussion instruments are available, alongside standard classroom percussion and at least one suitably loaded computer.

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Alongside the desire to accord with fashionable ideals of familial life, more established imperatives become apparent.

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She takes a deliberately expansive definition of life-writing, which enables her, for instance, to read non-textual modes of inscription alongside more conventional forms.

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Alongside that extraordinary category of rights, we must work even harder to take academic responsibility and enforce upon ourselves disciplinary rules and community-defined ethics.

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You can hardly imagine two such contrasting scales and models of work - mass utilitarian production alongside small-scale, personal, and exclusive exploration.

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Language teaching status when set alongside other knowledge hierarchies supported by wider societal and education agendas.

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Example sentences of the word alongside

1. Adverb
Ramsay got into kickass shape using military-style workouts and now competes alongside Tana every year in grueling Ironman competitions.

2. Adjective
Scissor trusses are often installed right alongside traditional trusses when framing a roof system.

3. Preposition or subordinating conjunction
Use the hoe to dig a two-inch furrow alongside the row of onions, but four inches away.

4. Verb, base form
Serve alone, over a bed of rice or alongside our Buddha Veggie Rice Bowl or Colorful Rice-Pilaf.

Quotes containing the word alongside

1. Even in modern art, artists have used methods based on calculation, inasmuch as these elements, alongside those of a more personal and emotional nature, give balance and harmony to any work of art.
- Max Bill

2. And it's Gryfindor in possession again, as Johnson takes the Quaffle— Flint alongside her —poke him in the eye, Angelina —it was a joke, professor, it was a joke...
- J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

3. I had a dream about you. You took a cruise, and I took a canoe. I paddled alongside your ship out into the Atlantic Ocean and down to the Caribbean. I shouted “I love you” the whole way, but you couldn’t hear me, probably because that man you were with was talking the whole time.
- Jarod Kintz, We Had A #Dream About You


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